Tatjana Versaggi
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  • Galway, NY
  • United States
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What kind of art do you do?
it's in a time of flux, actually. I used to paint, but now it's changing.
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What is the guiding principle in your art?
get dirty every day.

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I don't mean the town in California.

Somewhere in the mist between sleep and waking I had a vision. It involved lace and fibers and paste... like old school wallpaper paste, molten wax and just a bit of paint... if necessary.

As soon as I get done with my chores, I'm going to give it a go! Pictures will, of course, be forthcoming.

Posted on November 21, 2011 at 2:00pm

Yarn Over

Well, my studio is all unpacked after it's float across the Atlantic to New York and then on to the wilds of Upstate. On a clear day I can see to the Adirondack park from the end of my street. I have a cool barn and I keep finding really cool stuff in it.

I want to make it all into sculptures. Unfortunately I'm terrified. I have performance anxiety. So the downside of having been a professional artist on the festival circuit was that selling was important. It kills your creativity.…


Posted on November 20, 2011 at 10:14pm

The concept of art that requires the viewer.

Do your pieces need to be disruptive to a space to be art?

I've been reading a book that deals a lot with post-modern thought in the context of animals in art. At one point an essay talks about Robert Rauschenberg's Monogramme:

There was a fairly long, tedious argument as to how this piece disrupted the space, forcing interaction with the viewer. As…


Posted on July 15, 2011 at 1:42am

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At 4:19am on November 21, 2011, ken coleman said…

 My pleasure to accept -- the invitation.

If you're making a transition from painting to fiber I can suggest a book that you might find worthwhile.

Drawn to Stitch: line, drawing and mark-making in textile art. 2010. Gwen Hedley.

My wife just got the book and I've been looking through it.  Some interesting work.



At 9:26am on July 18, 2011, Stephen Mead said…
A sense of falling through space on a visual spiritual ride:  I like that!


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